Volvo Car Corp. says it will build flex-fuel vehicles and E85-compatible cars in Thailand once the government approves tax incentives, The Bangkok Post reports. Volvo Cars (Thailand) Ltd. President Paul Stokes says the first Thai-built FFVs could reach the market within 18 to 24 months of government approval. Speaking to reporters after a meeting with Thai Energy Minister Wannarat Charnveerakul, Stokes says the auto maker is reluctant to move forward with FFV production in Thailand until ...

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